Регламент N 810/2009 Европейского парламента и Совета Европейского Союза «Учреждающий Визовый Кодекс Сообщества» [рус., англ.] Часть 12

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Annex IX

Part 1

Rules for issuing visas at the border to seafarers in transit subject to visa requirements

 

These rules relate to the exchange of information between the competent authorities of the Member States with respect to seafarers in transit subject to visa requirements. Insofar as a visa is issued at the border on the basis of the information that has been exchanged, the responsibility lies with the Member State issuing the visa.

For the purposes of these rules:

«Member State port»: means a port constituting an external border of a Member State;

«Member State airport»: means an airport constituting an external border of a Member State.

 

  1. Signing on a vessel berthed or expected at a Member State port (entry into the territory of the Member States)

— the shipping company or its agent shall inform the competent authorities at the Member State port where the ship is berthed or expected that seafarers subject to visa requirements are due to enter via a Member State airport, land or sea border. The shipping company or its agent shall sign a guarantee in respect of those seafarers that all expenses for the stay and, if necessary, for the repatriation of the seafarers will be covered by the shipping company,

— those competent authorities shall verify as soon as possible whether the information provided by the shipping company or its agent is correct and shall examine whether the other conditions for entry into the territory of the Member States have been satisfied. The travel route within the territory of the Member States shall also be verified e.g. by reference to the (airline) tickets,

— when seafarers are due to enter via a Member State airport, the competent authorities at the Member State port shall inform the competent authorities at the Member State airport of entry, by means of a duly completed form for seafarers in transit who are subject to visa requirements (as set out in Part 2), sent by fax, electronic mail or other means, of the results of the verification and shall indicate whether a visa may in principle be issued at the border. When seafarers are due to enter via a land or a sea border, the competent authorities at the border post via which the seafarer concerned enters the territory of the Member States shall be informed by the same procedure,

— where the verification of the available data is positive and the outcome is clearly consistent with the seafarer’s declaration or documents, the competent authorities at the Member State airport of entry or exit may issue a visa at the border the authorised stay of which shall correspond to what is necessary for the purpose of the transit. Furthermore, in such cases the seafarer’s travel document shall be stamped with a Member State entry or exit stamp and given to the seafarer concerned.

 

  1. Leaving service from a vessel that has entered a Member State port (exit from the territory of the Member States)

— the shipping company or its agent shall inform the competent authorities at that Member State port of entry of seafarers subject to visa requirements who are due to leave their service and exit from the Member States territory via a Member State airport, land or sea border. The shipping company or its agent shall sign a guarantee in respect of those seafarers that all expenses for the stay and, if necessary, for the repatriation costs of the seafarers will be covered by the shipping company,

— the competent authorities shall verify as soon as possible whether the information provided by the shipping company or its agent is correct and shall examine whether the other conditions for entry into the territory of the Member States have been satisfied. The travel route within the territory of the Member States shall also be verified e.g. by reference to the (airline) tickets,

— where the verification of the available data is positive, the competent authorities may issue a visa the authorised stay of which shall correspond to what is necessary for the purpose of the transit.

 

III. Transferring from a vessel that entered a Member State port to another vessel

— the shipping company or its agent shall inform the competent authorities at that Member State port of entry of seafarers subject to visa requirements who are due to leave their service and exit from the territory of the Member States via another Member State port. The shipping company or its agent shall sign a guarantee in respect of those seafarers that all expenses for the stay and, if necessary, for the repatriation of the seafarers will be covered by the shipping company,

— the competent authorities shall verify as soon as possible whether the information provided by the shipping company or its agent is correct and shall examine whether the other conditions for entry into the territory of the Member States have been satisfied. The competent authorities at the Member State port from which the seafarers will leave the territory of the Member States by ship shall be contacted for the examination. A check shall be carried out to establish whether the ship they are joining is berthed or expected there. The travel route within the territory of the Member States shall also be verified,

— where the verification of the available data is positive, the competent authorities may issue a visa the authorised stay of which shall correspond to what is necessary for the purpose of the transit.

 

Detailed description of form

Points 1 — 4: the identity of the seafarer

(1) A. Surname(s)
B. Forename(s)
C. Nationality
D. Rank/Grade
(2) A. Place of birth
B. Date of birth
(3) A. Passport number
B. Date of issue
C. Period of validity
(4) A. Seaman’s book number
B. Date of issue
C. Period of validity

As to points 3 and 4: depending on the nationality of the seafarer and the Member State being entered, a travel document or a seaman’s book may be used for identification purposes.

Points 5 — 8: the shipping agent and the vessel concerned

(5) Name of shipping agent (the individual or corporation that represents the ship owner on the spot in all matters relating to the ship owner’s duties in fitting out the vessel) under 5A and telephone number (and other contact details as fax number, electronic mail address) under 5B
(6) A. Name of vessel
B. IMO-number (this number consists of 7 numbers and is also known as «Lloyds-number»)
C. Flag (under which the merchant vessel is sailing)
(7) A. Date of arrival of vessel
B. Origin (port) of vessel
Letter «A» refers to the vessel’s date of arrival in the port where the seafarer is to sign on
(8) A. Date of departure of vessel
B. Destination of vessel (next port)

As to points 7A and 8A: indications regarding the length of time for which the seafarer may travel in order to sign on.

It should be remembered that the route followed is very much subject to unexpected interferences and external factors such as storms, breakdowns, etc.

 

Points 9 — 12: purpose of the seafarer’s journey and his destination

(9) The «final destination» is the end of the seafarer’s journey. This may be either the port at which he is to sign on or the country to which he is heading if he is leaving service.

(10) Reasons for application

(a) In the case of signing on, the final destination is the port at which the seafarer is to sign on.

(b) In the case of transfer to another vessel within the territory of the Member States, it is also the port at which the seafarer is to sign on. Transfer to a vessel situated outside the territory of the Member States must be regarded as leaving service.

(c) In the case of leaving service, this can occur for various reasons, such as end of contract, accident at work, urgent family reasons, etc.

(11) Means of transport

List of means used within the territory of the Member States by the seafarer in transit who is subject to a visa requirement, in order to reach his final destination. On the form, the following three possibilities are envisaged:

(a) car (or coach);

(b) train;

(c) aeroplane.

(12) Date of arrival (on the territory of the Member States)

Applies primarily to a seafarer at the first Member State airport or border crossing point (since it may not always be an airport) at the external border via which he wishes to enter the territory of the Member States.

Date of transit

This is the date on which the seafarer signs off at a port in the territory of the Member States and heads towards another port also situated in the territory of the Member States.

Date of departure

This is the date on which the seafarer signs off at a port in the territory of the Member States to transfer to another vessel at a port situated outside the territory of the Member States, or the date on which the seafarer signs off at a port in the territory of the Member States to return to his home (outside the territory of the Member States).

After determining the three means of travel, available information should also be provided concerning those means:

(a) car, coach: registration number;

(b) train: name, number, etc.;

(c) flight data: date, time, number.

(13) Formal declaration signed by the shipping agent or the ship owner confirming his responsibility for the expenses for the stay and, if necessary, for the repatriation of the seafarer.

 

Annex X

LIST OF MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS TO BE INCLUDED IN THE LEGAL INSTRUMENT IN THE CASE OF COOPERATION WITH EXTERNAL SERVICE PROVIDERS

 

  1. In relation to the performance of its activities, the external service provider shall, with regard to data protection:

(a) prevent at all times any unauthorised reading, copying, modification or deletion of data, in particular during their transmission to the diplomatic mission or consular post of the Member State(s) competent for processing an application;

(b) in accordance with the instructions given by the Member State(s) concerned, transmit the data,

— electronically, in encrypted form, or

— physically, in a secured way;

(c) transmit the data as soon as possible:

— in the case of physically transferred data, at least once a week,

— in the case of electronically transferred encrypted data, at the latest at the end of the day of their collection;

(d) delete the data immediately after their transmission and ensure that the only data that might be retained shall be the name and contact details of the applicant for the purposes of the appointment arrangements, as well as the passport number, until the return of the passport to the applicant, where applicable;

(e) ensure all the technical and organisational security measures required to protect personal data against accidental or unlawful destruction or accidental loss, alteration, unauthorised disclosure or access, in particular where the cooperation involves the transmission of files and data to the diplomatic mission or consular post of the Member State(s) concerned and all other unlawful forms of processing personal data;

(f) process the data only for the purposes of processing the personal data of applicants on behalf of the Member State(s) concerned;

(g) apply data protection standards at least equivalent to those set out in Directive 95/46/EC;

(h) provide applicants with the information required pursuant to Article 37 of the VIS Regulation.

  1. In relation to the performance of its activities, the external service provider shall, with regard to the conduct of staff:

(a) ensure that its staff are appropriately trained;

(b) ensure that its staff in the performance of their duties:

— receive applicants courteously,

— respect the human dignity and integrity of applicants,

— do not discriminate against persons on grounds of sex, racial or ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, age or sexual orientation, and

— respect the rules of confidentiality which shall also apply once members of staff have left their job or after suspension or termination of the legal instrument;

(c) provide identification of the staff working for the external service provider at all times;

(d) prove that its staff do not have criminal records and have the requisite expertise.

  1. In relation to the verification of the performance of its activities, the external service provider shall:

(a) provide for access by staff entitled by the Member State(s) concerned to its premises at all times without prior notice, in particular for inspection purposes;

(b) ensure the possibility of remote access to its appointment system for inspection purposes;

(c) ensure the use of relevant monitoring methods (e.g. test applicants; webcam);

(d) ensure access to proof of data protection compliance, including reporting obligations, external audits and regular spot checks;

(e) report to the Member State(s) concerned without delay any security breaches or any complaints from applicants on data misuse or unauthorised access, and coordinate with the Member State(s) concerned in order to find a solution and give explanatory responses promptly to the complaining applicants.

  1. In relation to general requirements, the external service provider shall:

(a) act under the instructions of the Member State(s) competent for processing the application;

(b) adopt appropriate anti-corruption measures (e.g. provisions on staff remuneration; cooperation in the selection of staff members employed on the task; two-man-rule; rotation principle);

(c) respect fully the provisions of the legal instrument, which shall contain a suspension or termination clause, in particular in the event of breach of the rules established, as well as a revision clause with a view to ensuring that the legal instrument reflects best practice.

 

Annex XI

SPECIFIC PROCEDURES AND CONDITIONS FACILITATING THE ISSUING OF VISAS TO MEMBERS OF THE OLYMPIC FAMILY PARTICIPATING IN THE OLYMPIC GAMES AND PARALYMPIC GAMES

 

Chapter I. PURPOSE AND DEFINITIONS

Article 1

Purpose

 

The following specific procedures and conditions facilitate the application for and issuing of visas to members of the Olympic family for the duration of the Olympic and Paralympic Games organised by a Member State.

In addition, the relevant provisions of the Community acquis concerning procedures for applying for and issuing visas shall apply.

 

Article 2

Definitions

 

For the purposes of this Regulation:

  1. «Responsible organisations» relate to measures envisaged to facilitate the procedures for applying for and issuing visas for members of the Olympic family taking part in the Olympic and/or Paralympic Games, and they mean the official organisations, in terms of the Olympic Charter, which are entitled to submit lists of members of the Olympic family to the Organising Committee of the Member State hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games with a view to the issue of accreditation cards for the Games;
  2. «Member of the Olympic family» means any person who is a member of the International Olympic Committee, the International Paralympic Committee, International Federations, the National Olympic and Paralympic Committees, the Organising Committees of the Olympic Games and the national associations, such as athletes, judges/referees, coaches and other sports technicians, medical personnel attached to teams or individual sportsmen/women and media-accredited journalists, senior executives, donors, sponsors or other official invitees, who agree to be guided by the Olympic Charter, act under the control and supreme authority of the International Olympic Committee, are included on the lists of the responsible organisations and are accredited by the Organising Committee of the Member State hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games as participants in the [year] Olympic and/or Paralympic Games;
  3. «Olympic accreditation cards» which are issued by the Organising Committee of the Member State hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games in accordance with its national legislation means one of two secure documents, one for the Olympic Games and one for the Paralympic Games, each bearing a photograph of its holder, establishing the identity of the member of the Olympic family and authorising access to the facilities at which competitions are held and to other events scheduled throughout the duration of the Games;
  4. «Duration of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games» means the period during which the Olympic Games and the period during which the Paralympic Games take place;
  5. «Organising Committee of the Member State hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games» means the Committee set up on by the hosting Member State in accordance with its national legislation to organise the Olympic and Paralympic Games, which decides on accreditation of members of the Olympic family taking part in those Games;
  6. «Services responsible for issuing visas» means the services designated by the Member State hosting the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games to examine applications and issue visas to members of the Olympic family.

 

Chapter II. ISSUING OF VISAS

Article 3

Conditions

 

A visa may be issued pursuant to this Regulation only where the person concerned:

(a) has been designated by one of the responsible organisations and accredited by the Organising Committee of the Member State hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games as a participant in the Olympic and/or Paralympic Games;

(b) holds a valid travel document authorising the crossing of the external borders, as referred to in Article 5 of the Schengen Borders Code;

(c) is not a person for whom an alert has been issued for the purpose of refusing entry;

(d) is not considered to be a threat to public policy, national security or the international relations of any of the Member States.

 

Article 4

Filing of the application

 

  1. Where a responsible organisation draws up a list of the persons selected to take part in the Olympic and/or Paralympic Games, it may, together with the application for the issue of an Olympic accreditation card for the persons selected, file a collective application for visas for those persons selected who are required to be in possession of a visa in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 539/2001, except where those persons hold a residence permit issued by a Member State or a residence permit issued by the United Kingdom or Ireland, in accordance with Directive 2004/38/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 on the right of citizens of the Union and their family members to move and reside freely within the territory of the Member States <*>.

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<*> OJ L 158, 30.4.2004, p. 77.

 

  1. A collective application for visas for the persons concerned shall be forwarded at the same time as applications for the issue of an Olympic accreditation card to the Organising Committee of the Member State hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games in accordance with the procedure established by it.
  2. Individual visa applications shall be submitted for each person taking part in the Olympic and/or Paralympic Games.
  3. The Organising Committee of the Member State hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games shall forward to the services responsible for issuing visas, a collective application for visas as quickly as possible, together with copies of applications for the issue of an Olympic accreditation card for the persons concerned, bearing their full name, nationality, sex and date and place of birth and the number, type and expiry date of their travel document.

 

Article 5

Examination of the collective application for visas and type of the visa issued

 

  1. The visa shall be issued by the services responsible for issuing visas following an examination designed to ensure that the conditions set out in Article 3 are met.
  2. The visa issued shall be a uniform, multiple-entry visa authorising a stay of not more than 90 days for the duration of the Olympic and/or Paralympic Games.
  3. Where the member of the Olympic family concerned does not meet the conditions set out in point (c) or (d) of Article 3, the services responsible for issuing visas may issue a visa with limited territorial validity in accordance with Article 25 of this Regulation.

 

Article 6

Form of the visa

 

  1. The visa shall take the form of two numbers entered on the Olympic accreditation card. The first number shall be the visa number. In the case of a uniform visa, that number shall be made up of seven (7) characters comprising six (6) digits preceded by the letter «C». In the case of a visa with limited territorial validity, that number shall be made up of eight (8) characters comprising six (6) digits preceded by the letters «XX» <*>. The second number shall be the number of the travel document of the person concerned.

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<*> Reference to the ISO code of the organising Member State.

 

  1. The services responsible for issuing visas shall forward the visa numbers to the Organising Committee of the Member State hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games for the purpose of issuing Olympic accreditation cards.

 

Article 7

Waiver of fees

 

The examination of visa applications and the issue of visas shall not give rise to any fees being charged by the services responsible for issuing visas.

 

Chapter III. GENERAL AND FINAL PROVISIONS

Article 8

Cancellation of a visa

 

Where the list of persons put forward as participants in the Olympic and/or Paralympic Games is amended before the Games begin, the responsible organisations shall inform without any delay the Organising Committee of the Member State hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games thereof so that the Olympic accreditation cards of the persons removed from the list may be revoked. The Organising Committee shall notify the services responsible for issuing visas thereof and shall inform them of the numbers of the visas in question.

The services responsible for issuing visas shall cancel the visas of the persons concerned. They shall immediately inform the authorities responsible for border checks thereof, and the latter shall without delay forward that information to the competent authorities of the other Member States.

 

Article 9

External border checks

 

  1. The entry checks carried out on members of the Olympic family who have been issued visas in accordance with this Regulation shall, when such members cross the external borders of the Member States, be limited to checking compliance with the conditions set out in Article 3.
  2. For the duration of the Olympic and/or Paralympic Games:

(a) entry and exit stamps shall be affixed to the first free page of the travel document of those members of the Olympic family for whom it is necessary to affix such stamps in accordance with Article 10(1) of the Schengen Borders Code. On first entry, the visa number shall be indicated on that same page;

(b) the conditions for entry provided for in Article 5(1)(c) of the Schengen Borders Code shall be presumed to be fulfilled once a member of the Olympic family has been duly accredited.

  1. Paragraph 2 shall apply to members of the Olympic family who are third-country nationals, whether or not they are subject to the visa requirement under Regulation (EC) No 539/2001.

 

Annex XII

ANNUAL STATISTICS ON UNIFORM VISAS, VISAS WITH LIMITED TERRITORIAL VALIDITY AND AIRPORT TRANSIT VISAS

 

Data to be submitted to the Commission within the deadline set out in Article 46 for each location where individual Member States issue visas:

— total of A visas applied for (including multiple A visas),

— total of A visas issued (including multiple A visas),

— total of multiple A visas issued,

— total of A visas not issued (including multiple A visas),

— total of C visas applied for (including multiple-entry C visas),

— total of C visas issued (including multiple-entry C visas),

— total of multiple-entry C visas issued,

— total of C visas not issued (including multiple-entry C visas),

— total of LTV visas issued.

General rules for the submission of data:

— the data for the complete previous year shall be compiled in one single file,

— the data shall be provided using the common template provided by the Commission,

— data shall be available for the individual locations where the Member State concerned issue visas and grouped by third country,

— «Not issued» covers data on refused visas and applications where the examination has been discontinued as provided for in Article 8(2).

In the event of data being neither available nor relevant for one particular category and a third country, Member States shall leave the cell empty (and not enter «0» (zero), «N.A.» (non-applicable) or any other value).

 

Annex XIII

CORRELATION TABLE

Provision of this Regulation Provision of the Schengen Convention (CSA), Common Consular Instructions (CCI) or of the Schengen Executive Committee (SCH/Com-ex) replaced
TITLE I

GENERAL PROVISIONS

Article 1

Objective and scope

CCI, Part I.1. Scope (CSA Articles 9 and 10)
Article 2

Definitions

(1) — (4)

CCI: Part I. 2. Definitions and types of visas

CCI: Part IV «Legal basis»

CSA: Articles 11(2), 14(1), 15, 16

TITLE II

AIRPORT TRANSIT VISA

Article 3

Third-country nationals required to hold an airport transit visa

Joint Action 96/197/JHA, CCI, Part I. 2.1.1
TITLE III

PROCEDURES AND CONDITIONS FOR ISSUING VISAS

 

CHAPTER I

Authorities taking part in the procedures relating to applications

Article 4

Authorities competent for taking part in the procedures relating to applications

CCI Part II. 4., CSA, Art. 12(1), Regulation (EC) No 415/2003
Article 5

Member State competent for examining and deciding on an application

CCI, Part II 1.1(a) (b), CSA Article 12(2)
Article 6

Consular territorial competence

CCI, Part II, 1.1 and 3
Article 7

Competence to issue visas to third-country nationals legally present within the territory of a Member State

Article 8

Representation agreements

CCI, Part II, 1.2
CHAPTER II

Application

Article 9

Practical modalities for lodging an application

CCI, Annex 13, note (Article 10(1))
Article 10

General rules for lodging an application

Article 11

Application form

CCI, Part III. 1.1.
Article 12

Travel document

CCI, Part III. 2. (a), CSA, Article 13(1) and (2)
Article 13

Biometric identifiers

CCI, Part III. 1.2 (a) and (b)
Article 14

Supporting documents

CCI, Part III.2(b) and Part V.1.4, Com-ex (98) 57
Article 15

Travel medical insurance

CCI, Part V, 1.4
Article 16

Visa fee

CCI Part VII. 4. and Annex 12
Article 17

Service fee

CCI, Part VII, 1.7
CHAPTER III

Examination of and decision on an application

Article 18

Verification of consular competence

Article 19

Admissibility

Article 20

Stamp indicating that an application is admissible

CCI, Part VIII, 2
Article 21

Verification of entry conditions and risk assessment

CCI, Part III.4 and Part V.1.
Article 22

Prior consultation of central authorities of other Member States

CCI, Part II, 2.3 and Part V, 2.3(a) — (d)
Article 23

Decision on the application

CCI, Part V. 2.1 (second indent), 2.2, CCI
CHAPTER IV

Issuing of the visa

Article 24

Issuing of a uniform visa

CCI, Part V, 2.1
Article 25

Issuing of a visa with limited territorial validity

CCI, Part V, 3, Annex 14, CSA 11(2), 14(1) and 16
Article 26

Issuing of an airport transit visa

CCI, Part I, 2.1.1 — Joint Action 96/197/JHA
Article 27

Filling in the visa sticker

CCI, Part VI. 1 — 2 — 3 — 4
Article 28

Invalidation of a completed visa sticker

CCI, Part VI, 5.2
Article 29

Affixing a visa sticker

CCI, Part VI, 5.3
Article 30

Rights derived from an issued visa

CCI, Part I, 2.1, last sentence
Article 31

Information of central authorities of other Member States

Article 32

Refusal of a visa

CHAPTER V

Modification of an issued visa

Article 33

Extension

Com-ex (93) 21
Article 34

Annulment and revocation

Com-ex (93) 24 and Annex 14 to the CCI
CHAPTER VI

Visas issued at the external borders

Article 35

Visas applied for at the external border

Regulation (EC) No 415/2003
Article 36

Visas issued to seafarers in transit at the external border

TITLE IV

ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND ORGANISATION

Article 37

Organisation of visa sections

CCI, VII, 1 — 2 — 3
Article 38

Resources for examining applications and monitoring of consulates

CCI, Part VII, 1A
Article 39

Conduct of staff

CCI, Part III.5
Article 40

Forms of cooperation

CCI, Part VII, 1AA
Article 41

Cooperation between Member States

Article 42

Recourse to honorary consuls

CCI, Part VII, AB
Article 43

Cooperation with external service providers

CCI, Part VII, 1B
Article 44

Encryption and secure transfer of data

CCI, Part II, 1.2, PART VII, 1.6, sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth subparagraphs
Article 45

Member States’ cooperation with commercial intermediaries

CCI, VIII, 5.2
Article 46

Compilation of statistics

SCH Com-ex (94) 25 and (98) 12
Article 47

Information to the general public

TITLE V

LOCAL SCHENGEN COOPERATION

Article 48

Local Schengen cooperation between Member States’ consulates

CCI, VIII, 1 — 3 — 4
TITLE VI

FINAL PROVISIONS

Article 49

Arrangements in relation to the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games

Articles 50

Amendments to the Annexes

Article 51

Instructions on the practical application of the Visa Code

Article 52

Committee procedure

Article 53

Notification

Article 54

Amendments to Regulation (EC) No 767/2008

Article 55

Amendments to Regulation (EC) No 562/2006

Article 56

Repeals

Article 57

Monitoring and evaluation

Article 58

Entry into force

ANNEXES
Annex I

Harmonised application form

CCI, Annex 16
Annex II

Non-exhaustive list of supporting documents

Partially CCI, V, 1.4.
Annex III

Uniform format and use of the stamp indicating that a visa application is admissible

CCI, VIII, 2
Annex IV

Common list of third countries, listed in Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 539/2001 whose nationals are required to be in possession of an airport transit visa when passing through the international transit area of airports situated on the territory of the Member States

CCI, Annex 3, Part I
Annex V

List of residence permits entitling their holders to transit through the airports of Member States without being required to hold an airport transit visa

CCI, Annex 3, Part III
Annex VI

Standard form for notifying and motivating refusal, annulment or revocation of a visa

Annex VII

Filling in the visa sticker

CCI, Part VI, 1 — 4, Annex 10
Annex VIII

Affixing the visa sticker

CCI, Part VI, 5.3
Annex IX

Rules for issuing visas at the border to seafarers in transit subject to visa requirements

Regulation (EC) No 415/2003, Annexes I and II
Annex X

List of minimum requirements to be included in the legal instrument in the case of cooperation with external service providers

CCI, Annex 19
Annex XI

Specific procedures and conditions facilitating the issuing of visas to members of the Olympic Family participating in the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games

Annex XII

Annual statistics on uniform visas, visas with limited territorial validity and airport transit visas

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